If the situation in Cameroon is seen for what it is, we may leave in a world to be according to the human rights activist.
During the the Oslo Freedom Forum, the founder and CEO of CHRDA (www.chrda.org) clearly open the eyes of the international community on the situation in Cameroon as he visited the Rwanda 1994 genocide in comparison with what is happening in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon.
On his official Facebook page, Barrister Agbor Nkongho write, “Twenty five years after the genocide in Rwanda, what is happening today in #Cameroon is somehow seen as the ‘new normal’ in Africa, or anywhere else in the world, we simply cannot accept this horrible situation”
While exposing the human rights violations/abuses in the Anglophone Regions of Cameroon, Barrister Agbor Nkongho also takes Cameroonians to task during the Oslo Freedom Forum and advice them to rise up against tyranny and dictatorship as he lamented!!!
“I will continue to speak truth to power….My wish is that the situation in Cameroon be seen for what it is: Unacceptable. Starting from today, Let us rise up against tyranny and dictatorship. Let us, together leave the world a better place”. @AgborNkonghoF #OsloFF
Let justice reign supreme and peace follow because there cannot be peace without justice.